Dragers Classic Cars
1933 Franklin Olympic 4 Door
This is not a normal car for us to buy, but every time I see an early 30’s car I want to have one. My first classic was a 1935 Packard Super 8. This Franklin is in great shape, not show, but it runs well, looks good and the wipers even work. I don’t know much about Franklins but I will learn more about this car. The Olympic has a 6 cylinder air cooled 274 cu.in. engine and it’s massive in size. Franklin bought Reo Flying Clouds minus the engine and front end and added Airman engines, added Franklin hoods and grill shells. The idea was to have a less expensive automobile to sell. 1934 was the last year for Franklin. I’m not sure about the paint but I’m sure the interior is original and it’s very possible that the paint is also. It’s like it was in a time capsule. Most everything works, tho’ the gas gauge and speedo don’t. Both wipers work. One of the things I like on the 30’s cars is dual side mounts and this Franklin has them. Even has a trunk on the back. Window shades too. Of course it has running boards, you can just see it in Chicago back in the days of Al Capone…machine guns blazing. 1933 Franklin Olympic 4 Door Sedan Cond. # 3+. http://youtu.be/zy7_50Fnx6A
1969 Triumph T100C
This is a total restoration that was finished about 14 years ago and it’s never been started. This is a high pipe competition model. It is beautiful. 1969 Triumph 500cc T 100 C Cond. new
1966 Triumph 650 TR 6
Beautiful restored 650. This Triumph has not been started in 12 years. Has about 40 miles since the restoration was finished. It was traded in on a ’32 Ford in Boise and resold but it never left Larry’s. Larry is the one that put the 40 miles on it. I bought it from Larry. 1966 Triumph 650 TR 6 Cond. New
1967 Triumph TR-6
A beautiful Triumph that was a completely restored. 650 cc Twin cylinder 4 speed transmission. Single carburetor. Shows 269 miles since the restoration. Concours restoration. The restoration cost $12,500 plus. The man I bought it from took it in in 2003 to have it restored and after 3 years the bill came to $19,000 and they settled for $12,500. He just installed a new battery just before I bought it. Runs like new. 1967 Triumph TR-6 R. Cond. # 2 +++
1950 BSA GOLEN FLASH A-10
When I saw this BSA I knew I needed to own it. It’s not stock and it’s not chopped. It’s a Bobber with added custom add on’s like the windshield. Restored by Richard Renstrom an author and expert on antique British motorcycles. Engine was rebuilt and has about 800 miles. Bike sounds great but I have not had a chance to ride it yet. I look forward to that. This will make a great addition to my other bikes. I bought it in Sun Valley Idaho and the photos are the day after I bought it and it’s loaded in a 1950 Chev PU I also bought in Sun Valley. They look great together. 1950 BSA GOLEN FLASH A-10 Cond. 2-.
1963 Greeves Factory 250 Road Racer
Fully restored 20 plus years ago and it has never been started. It’s beautiful. It would make a great addition to anyones collection or your ready to go vintage racing. The production racing machine was first marketed by Greeves in March 1963 and had a very good season finishing with 4 out of the first 6 at Cadwell Park (England) in September. The production bike used a modified 24MDS frame, narrowed at the rear, and was powered by a Villiers 36A engine fitted with Greeves’ own cylinder barrel and head. An Amal GP carburetor and expansion chamber exhaust were standard equipment and the motor produced 31bhp at 7,400rpm. Built through versions RAS to RDS until 1966, the Silverstone provided many an aspiring star with their first taste of road racing, and today remains a popular mount in Classic racing’s 250 class. Total production for 1963 was 94 with a total of 304. This Greeves is registered in the Greeves registry in England. Check out the photos and video. 1963 Greeves factory 250 Road Racer
1947 Chevrolet FLEETMASTER WOODY WAGON
The woody was the most expensive and the least popular Chevy for 1947. They built a total of 4,912 but you hardly see any Chevy woodies like you see the Ford woodies. This one is all stock looking on the outside and inside. Behind the scene it’s updated. Just installed a new crate 350 Chevy engine with lots of chrome and polish. 350 turbo automatic transmission. Rack and pinion power steering. Mustang front clip. Front disc brakes. This is a real solid Chevy. It was built new in Oakland, California. A little more history – The man I bought it from lived in San Diego and bought the car there. He moved to Seattle about 1994 and had the late model running gear installed here. He then moved to Victoria BC in 2004. The wood was in very bad condition so he spent $88,000 to have the wood replaced. I have the receipts. What you have to remember is there was no wood kit for the ’47 Chevy, so it was all done by hand. The only wood reused was the headliner wood strips. The wood is impeccable. He moved back to Seattle and did not have room so I bought the woody. Again the interior is all stock and in very good condition. I did see minor spots on the seats. Has gauges under the dash. Temp, oil, gen. and fuel. Am/FM CD radio in the glove box with 4 speakers and 10 CD changer. I have driven it a lot when the weather is good. I have taken it to different shows and Friday nite get-togethers. The ride is stiff but it feels good. I installed new Coker wide-white radials, they look better. I really like the stock steering wheel and plan to have it resorted. It’s one fun wagon to own. 1947 CHEVROLET FLEETMASTER WOODY WAGON Cond. # 2-.
1950 Ford Custom
Beautifully restored. All stock. This is one fine automobile. It's my favorite one right now. It's not "show", but it sure looks good. Driving it at 65 to 70 is a breeze. Total frame off restoration. Flathead V-8 with 3 speed overdrive transmission. Drove it home 70 miles. Joe, at Old School Garage, did the service and safety check. We installed new radial wide whites. New hub caps and beauty rings. I'm not sure I want to sell it. It's been a long time since we have had one. It had an aftermarket radio and I bought a new AM/FM look-alike and it sure looks good. I bought this car from an estate. What little I know is that he bought it in Montana in 1974 from a man that started to restore it. He had it shipped home and he started restoring it. I got old photos showing this with notes on them and some had the dates on the back. The speedo shows 25,853 miles when I bought it. I don't believe that is the mileage since restoration. I think it is less. The underside is extremely good. I thought I would find rust and when we did the underside video and really looked it over, the floorpans and the frame are beautiful. We did find some pin holes on the left inside rocker and very minor. I'm really impressed with how good this Ford is. We also installed new carpets. The top frames have been restored and painted. The top is tan and looks great. It was a power top originally but it's manual now and works fine. ( watch the video ) It's a great car that you will be happy owning. 1950 Ford Custom Convertible Cons. # 2+.
1965 Ford Mustang
1965 Ford Mustang convertible 289 V-8. DGC8206. Vin # 5F08C748206. This Mustang is stunning to say the least. Beautiful black paint was very well prepped. They must have block sanded for days to get it that straight. I think if you put 10 really nice Mustangs together this is the one they would come look at. You're drawn to it. The GT strip with the chrome style steel wheels has something to do with it? All the chrome is beautiful too. Black interior with white top. 289 V-8 Jasper engine. The engine compartment sparkles. Automatic transmission. Power steering. Power top. New tires. Arm rest console. Very nice black interior. There has been some floor pan replacement. Other wise the underside is very good. Trunk looks very good and is clean. Has the spare and a jack. Runs and drives great, starts right up. All the gauges, heater and lights work. Even the cigarette lighter works. Has a fancy AM/FM radio that fits the stock opening with kick panel speakers and a Sony amp in the trunk. You will like this Mustang. . # 2+. 1965 Ford Mustang convertible 289 V-8
1956 Lincoln Premier
When was the last time you saw one of these? I don't remember when. This was a top line car for Lincoln. A pure luxury automobile. It is loaded with power seats, power windows, power steering, power brakes, power antenna.The car was stripped down in 2002 and repainted black. Have photos showing this. It was in a Concours D'Elegance 2002 Salt Lake City. I have the concourse D' elegance program. I have a photo album showing the car stripped and repainted, as well as finished photos before going into the show. It was beautiful. I do not know what happened with both the front and rear bumpers as it looked beautiful in 2002? It may have been a poor re-chroming job. They are dark now. I have receipts and there are not many from 1988. It was in Salt Lake City at this time. It's had 4 owners since 1988, two in Salt Lake City and two in Seattle. Last owner bought it in 2004 till I bought it. He owned it for 12 years and the only reason for selling was he lost garage space. That brings up another thing, this car is 19 feet 9 inches long. Did I tell you it had a continental kit too? It is black with a white top and white interior. The interior looks good. We installed a new headliner. It's very straight and it might be rust free. We will know more when we put it up on the hoist and get photos of the underside. We installed new wide white radials to improve overall driving. Andrew has driven it about 60 miles so far. I have driven it about 60 miles. Joe, at Old School Garage, did the service and safety check. 1956 Lincoln Premier 2 Dr Hard Top. Cond # 3 +.
1966 Ford Mustang
1966 Ford Mustang Coupe 289 V-8. DGC7393 Vin # 6F07C227393. This is a nice driver quality Mustang. Numbers matching Emberglo Metallic paint with Emberglo and Parchment Deluxe Pony interior. 289 V-8 engine and automatic transmission. Was a 2 barrel carb now has an Edelbrock intake with 4 BC Edelbrock carburetor K & N high rise air filter. Flame thrower ignition. Power steering. Front disc brakes with a split brake master cylinder. We installed new American Racing 15" 5 spoke wheels and new tires. New shocks and springs. Has some rust bubbles under the vinyl top and left rear fender and the drain vents are filled in. While driving the Mustang we discovered that the radiator had some issues. We bought a new aluminum radiator ($50.00 more than the stock replacement) and noticed that the water pump had play, so we replaced it too. Now it is a much better Mustang than when we first bought it. We have receipts back to 1984. One receipt from 2001 shows 87,566 miles, now the odometer shows 90,233. I bought this Mustang from an estate, they had owned it since 1999. 1966 Ford Mustang Coupe 289 V-8. Cond # 3+.
1940 Chevrolet Street Rod
Special Deluxe. 350 Chevy engine with Edelbrock intake and carburetor. 350 turbo automatic transmission. Power steering. Power front disc brakes. Mustang II front clip. Lowered. Tilt column. Vintage Air blows cold but no heater. VDO gauges. AM/FM/CD with 2 amplifiers in the trunk. American Racing 5 spoke wheels with Goodyear tires. Was bought just the way you see it about 15 years ago except brakes tires and wheels. You can see it has a new master cylinder. The Vin is good it has a Washington state issued vin tag. It looks good but when you get up close you will see chips and scratches from over the years. Nothing big and no rust bubbles at all. It's a beautiful deep blue. Brand new interior really sets this Street Rod off. Bucket seats from? I feel real good sitting in them. Now for the drive, it's great. Tight…no rattles. Feels and handles very well. In other words, I like this '40 and I think you will too. 1940 Chevrolet Deluxe St. Rod. Coupe Cond. # 3+.
1959 Chevrolet 3100 Fleetside Short Bed
The first thing you're going to tell me is it's a '55 Chevy. No, but it does have a '55 grill, hood and fenders. Set up with a 350 Chevy V-8. Automatic transmission. Power steering. Power drum brakes with a split master cylinder. Beautiful chrome grill and front bumper. 5 spoke alloy 15" wheels with Cooper Cobra tires. Same owner last 20 years in Yakima, Washington. Before that Spokane, Washington. When he bought it he had it repainted. The paint shows wear and tear. Minor rust bubbling on the right side. He replaced the wood way back and it could stand to be refinished. The interior is a bit of a mess. Has a custom bench seat. Seat belts. A good detailing and some upholstery work maybe repaint the dash and this will bring it up a long way. I just bought it and not sure what we will do with it. Redo the interior? We will get it serviced and safety checked. It runs and drives well. We got a lot of receipts showing that he maintained the PU over the years. The photo you are seeing is the day I bought it. So not detailed. Cond. # 3-. 1959 Chevrolet 3100 Short bed Fleetside PU
1949 Ford Coupe
This is a Ford you will look at. For one things it's a coupe and not a 2 door sedan. I have not had many coupes over the years. This one is lowered and sitting on a '79 Malibu chassis so you have much improved steering and handling. Has power steering. Power disc brakes on the front with a split master cylinder. In 2011 it got a new 350 long block. Has a 350 Turbo automatic transmission. The radiator looks new and has a cruising fan along with the regular fan with shrouding so lots of cooling. You will like driving it. It's a great driver. And the leather bucket seats ( not sure what they are out of? ) feel good. It is black inside and out. The chrome front end is very good. The sun visor helps set it off. To add to your comfort is a tilt column with a smaller steering wheel. A custom console with custom gauges ( oil amp & water ) Then a Pioneer AM/FM/CD radio with remote control and speakers. Next up 2 cup holders. The last thing is a combination storage compartment and arm rest. The paint has issues, nothing big, so from 10 feet away you may not see them but closer inspection you will. The underside has had some rust repair. Rear bumper looks good and dual exhaust. 1949 Ford Black Custom Coupe Cond. # 3.
1964 Chevrolet Corvette
1964 Chevrolet Corvette Red Roadster. DGC5904. This is a factory air Corvette All we had to do was take it in and have it charged. Now blows cold. Think about this, We never see original air that does not take a lot of work and money to get them back working. And my point is this Corvette has had a good life. I was told it has a new 327 engine 360 HP with less than 1,000 miles. 4 speed transmission. American Racing 5 spoke wheels with raised white letters. Red paint with black leather interior and a white soft top. All in very good condition. This is a good Vette. The underside very good. Have not found any rust on the frame or anywhere else. Front end has been rebuilt. Runs and drives well. I bought this Corvette in Emmett Idaho from a man that owned it about 9 years. Peter Cetera brought the Corvette to Idaho in 1990. Cetera signed the glove box door. The seller told me it was the original paint but knowing Corvettes I knew it was not. Speedo shows 87,851 and I was told it was actual miles. Interesting thing about this Corvette is the fact that none of the four fenders have been worked on. Most Vettes you find 1, 2, 3 or all 4 fenders have been worked on. It's likely actual miles, but I can't prove it so we are selling it "unknown" miles. This car has good eye ball. Cond. # 2 -.
1932 Ford HIGH-BOY
This is a Wescott fiberglass body car. In 2008 a brand new crate 302 Ford fuel injected engine was installed. C-6 automatic transmission with a 325 posi Ford 9" rear end. Front disc brakes and drum rear brakes with power booster. Aluminum radiator and chrome expansion tube. The hood is interesting, it looks to be a Chevy hood with 4 doors on each side to let out the heat? Nice chrome radiator grill. Rally style wheels with lots of rubber. Battery is mounted in the trunk. Trunk release is under the seat. Has sound insolation all around. Pearl white paint. Paint looks good but it does have rock chips mainly by the wheels. ( Andrew has brush touched most of them now ) Banjo steering wheel. Sentry gauges. Like brand new 2 tone blue interior. Very nice dark blue Hartz cloth top. Has a Washington State VIN tag so you're good to go. We took it on trade and Andrew drove it home. He was impressed how well it runs and drives. I don't care for the gas pedal myself otherwise works great. You should have a lot of fun owning and driving this High Boy. 1932 Ford Roadster High Boy Hot Rod. Make sure you watch the video. Cond. # 2-.
1952 Dodge B3B
It's stock. 6 cylinder engine with 3 speed on the tree. It was a frame off restoration but not a total restoration. Beautiful paint, dark green cab and black fenders. PU bed with beautiful wood. Has a working heater. It looks like it has a radio with the big speaker in the dash but no radio. When we bought it it needed a headliner, door panels and floor mat. The seat was reupholstered but I felt like it needed more padding so we had that done while installing the headliner, door panels and floor mat. I like this PU it's just a solid good driving PU. Joe, at Old School Garage, did the service and safety check plus other things he found. Cond. # 2-, 3+. .
1954 Chevrolet 3100
1954 Chevrolet 3100 Panel DGT5441 This panel is set up with a 350 Chevy engine and a 700 R automatic. This engine came out of my '47 Chevy Woody. The engine had a deep down noise when I bought it even though it ran well we did not want to sell it that way. The Woody engine was great and had very few miles, so in it went. We installed power steering, this will really make this a great driver. We also installed new 17 inch 5 spoken American Racing wheels and wide white radial tires. It really looks good in red with the extra chrome trim on the fenders and sun visor. We installed a brand-new chrome grill as the old one, even though it looked good, had some chrome blemishes. I think you will really like this panel. It also has a brand-new interior. The rear is finished also. Has the original wood bed in the rear. Electric wipers. Has a trap door on the right side for the gas filler. It does not have a radio but the hole is there in the dash. It's wired with 4 speakers in the back. The worst thing we found (and it's not much) is the left rear door sill has a minor spot of rust. You do not see many of these panels and when they look this good it's even better. Condition # 3+.
1940 Ford Deluxe
This is a total frame off restoration. It's all stock except it now has a 12 volt alternator electronic ignition, electric wipers ( who's taking it out in the rain anyway ) and a electric cooling fan. $58,000 spent on the restoration. We got a lot of receipts with it. Looks like 5 years in the restoration from 2010 to 2015. Beautiful maroon paint with black Hartz cloth top. Tan leather interior. It's beautiful and runs and drives very well. I look forward to driving it more. Joe, at Old School Garage, did the service and safety check. You always find things that need to be finished. The vacuum top was not functioning and Joe discovered the vacuum rams leaked. No one rebuilds them so Rich's Custom Uphostery installed a new hydraulic ram kit and a new top boot. The speedometer did not function properly so Joe got it rebuilt. Now you can drive with confidence and you will be looking good. What's not to like about a 1940 Ford Deluxe Convertible? One stunning car. Cons. # 2+.
1956 Oldsmobile Rocket 88
Great car. I knew I wanted to buy it when I saw it for the first time. What's not to like? It has new paint, interior, white top and we installed new wide white radial tires. The '56 Olds has a beautiful dash. They do not make them like this anymore. The original front and rear bumpers had some minor blemishes, so Andrew pulled them off and had them re-chromed. We installed a trunk carpet set too. We got it serviced and safety checked. Noticed when driving it was pulling a little. Took it to Clarks's to have the front end gone through. One thing lead to another. They have a tranny guy so they pulled the transmission out to rebuild it. They found the end of the crankshaft had a problem so they pulled the engine to take the crank out and have it rebuilt. Did not rebuild the top end as it runs very well. So now the Oldsmobile is in top shape . This is one stunning automobile, one that you need to see for yourself! 1956 Olds Rocket 88 Convertible. Cond. # 2 ++++.